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Early career award supports physicist's quest for a top quark partner
A Kansas State University physicist has received the prestigious Department of Energy Early Career Research Award for his collaborative research involving the Large Hadron Collider. (2013-06-04)
Large Hadron Collider throws lead
UC Davis physicists are part of the team who will be smashing lead ions in the Large Hadron Collider this month. (2010-11-05)
University of Pennsylvania hosts 34th Annual International Conference on High Energy Physics
As the Large Hadron Collider hums to life, Penn hosts scientists from over 70 countries to discuss the future of high energy physics, string theory, black holes and the (2008-07-29)
Iowa State scientists, students contribute to world's biggest science experiment
Iowa State University physicists will be part of the international research team looking on as the first beam of protons races inside the Large Hadron Collider on Wednesday, Sept. (2008-09-08)
Statement by US Secretary of Energy on the Higgs Particle
Congratulatory Statement by US Secretary of Energy Steven Chu on the latest results of the search for the Higgs particle. (2012-07-04)
Director General of CERN awarded University of Melbourne highest honor
Professor Rolf Dieter Heuer, Director General of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has received the University of Melbourne's highest honor, the Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) in recognition of his outstanding international contribution to science, at a special conferring ceremony at the university today. (2012-07-06)
Scientists planning next particle super collider to meet at UT Arlington
The International Workshop on Future Linear Colliders is being held Oct. (2012-09-14)
World record for 1-loop calculations
Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz have set a new record for the calculation of scattering amplitudes. (2011-12-06)
Faculty earns $330,000 for particle physics research
The CMS experiment is a large, general-purpose particle detector under construction at the Large Hadron Collider accelerator at the European Center for Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. (2003-09-26)
Fellowships aim to cultivate young theoretical physicists
The Large Hadron Collider Theory Initiative, a US-based consortium, has awarded its first graduate fellowships designed to cultivate new young talent in anticipation of the opening of the Large Hadron Collider later this year. (2007-04-10)
Iowa State physicists beginning to see data from the Large Hadron Collider
Iowa State University physicists are starting to see real data from the Large Hadron Collider, the planet's biggest science experiment. (2010-01-06)
UK celebrates 50 years of CERN
Yesterday, October 12th, the UK celebrates 50 years of partnership with CERN, Europe's Particle Physics Laboratory. (2004-10-13)
Launching PPARC's Five Year Strategy Programme
PPARC's Five Year Strategic Programme is now available online at (2003-12-02)
Director General CERN announces $25M Australian center on origins of universe
The Director General of CERN, Switzerland, Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer, has announced a new $25 million Australian Center to explore the origins of the universe, at the Australian Institute of Physics Congress this week. (2010-12-09)
Fermilab scientists speak on Project X, Higgs race and dark matter search at AAAS
Scientists working at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory will present talks on plans for the proposed Project X accelerator at Fermilab; the latest Higgs search results from the Tevatron collider experiments; and an update on the search for dark matter using a bubble chamber. (2009-02-09)
What to do with 15 million gigabytes of data
When it is fully up and running, the four massive detectors on the new Large Hadron Collider at the CERN particle-physics lab near Geneva are expected to produce up to 15 million gigabytes, aka 15 petabytes, of data every year. (2008-11-03)
First proton collisions at world's largest science experiment should start in early June
First collisions of protons at the world's largest science experiment should start the first or second week of June, said CERN Large Hadron Collider senior research scientist Albert DeRoeck, speaking at the DIS 2015 international physics workshop, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. (2015-04-28)
The end to a mystery?
Astronomers at the University of St Andrews believe they can (2008-01-31)
US-CERN agreement paves way for new era of scientific discovery
A new agreement between the United States and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) signed today will pave the way for renewed collaboration in particle physics, promising to yield new insights into fundamental particles and the nature of matter and our universe. (2015-05-07)
Durham University gets £16.7 million ($23.6 million) grant to unravel secrets of the Universe
Durham University physicists have received a £16.7 million ($23.6 million) grant to unravel the secrets behind the formation of the Universe. (2009-01-27)
Physicists discover long-sought 'pentaquark' particle
CERN's Large Hadron Collider announced Tuesday that researchers discovered a remarkable class of particles known as pentaquarks that could reshape scientists' understanding about the properties of matter. (2015-07-17)
A quark like no other
A University of Iowa physicist is at the forefront of the search to confirm the existence of a particle believed to give mass to all matter. (2017-01-18)
'Littlest' quark-gluon plasma revealed by physicists using Large Hadron Collider
Researchers at the University of Kansas at the Large Hadron Collider have helped to produce quark-gluon plasma -- a state of matter thought to have existed right at the birth of the universe -- with fewer particles than previously thought possible. (2015-09-03)
Near misses at Large Hadron Collider shed light on the onset of gluon-dominated protons
New findings from University of Kansas researchers center on work at the Large Hadron Collider to better understand the behavior of gluons. (2019-09-10)
Physicists say they are near epic Higgs boson discovery
The Holy Grail of high-energy physics -- the predicted but elusive Higgs boson -- is almost within reach, and the Brandeis high-energy physics group, along with other particle physicists around the world collaborating on making the finding, is almost giddy with excitement. (2011-12-13)
Latest experiment at Large Hadron Collider reports first results
Scientists precisely count particles produced in a typical proton collision. (2015-10-14)
A fundamental theory of mass generation
A team of four theoretical physicists, Francesco Sannino from Cp3-Origins at the University of Southern Denmark, Alessandro Strumia from CERN theory division and Pisa Univ., Andrea Tesi from the Enrico Fermi Institute at the University of Chicago in US, and Elena Vigiani from Pisa University have recently published in the Journal of High Energy Physics their work (2016-11-14)
Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek to speak on 'New Golden Age' at Perimeter Institute Public Lecture
Prof. Frank Wilczek, Nobel laureate, distinguished theoretical physicist and noted author, will give Perimeter Institute's next public lecture on Wednesday, Nov. (2008-11-03)
UT Arlington professors to help make Higgs-search technology available
The University of Texas at Arlington and the US Department of Energy's Brookhaven and Argonne national laboratories will develop a universal version of PanDA, a workload management system built to process huge volumes of data from experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. (2012-09-06)
In search for Higgs boson, UB physicists have played a role
University at Buffalo physicists are among researchers engaged in one of modern history's most exciting scientific endeavors: The hunt for the elusive Higgs boson, a subatomic particle that could help explain why objects have mass. (2012-07-06)
OU physicists develop rationale for the next-generation particle collider
A University of Oklahoma-developed theory provides the rationale for the next-generation particle accelerator -- the International Linear Collider. (2013-07-02)
UCSB professor's paper on safety of large hadron collider to be published in Physical Review D
UC Santa Barbara Physics Professor Steve Giddings has co-authored a paper, (2008-06-27)
Largest machines on Earth will be described at AAAS
Maury Tigner, director of Cornell's Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics (LEPP), is playing a major role in CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the International Linear Collider (ILC). (2005-02-19)
World's next supercollider design report released
Scientists working on the Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC), a planned next-generation particle collider in China, released its Conceptual Design Report (CDR) on Nov. (2018-11-14)
Experiments offer tantalizing clues as to why matter prevails in the universe
Decays of B mesons in recent experiments at Fermilab result in excess matter over antimatter that exceeds expectations, based on the Standard Model of particle physics. (2010-08-16)
Fermilab experiments constrain Higgs mass
The territory where the Higgs boson may be found continues to shrink. (2009-03-13)
Syracuse physicists help restart Large Hadron Collider
After months of winter hibernation, the LHC has resumed smashing beams of protons together, in attempt to recreate conditions of the first millionth of a second of the universe, some 13.9 billion years ago. (2016-05-23)
LHC produces first physics results
The first paper on proton collisions in the CERN Large Hadron Collider -- designed to provide the highest energy ever explored with particle accelerators -- is published online this week in Springer's European Physical Journal C. (2009-12-15)
Faculty member earns $360,000 grant for high energy physics research
Dr. Marc Baarmand, Florida Tech professor of physics and space sciences, has received a $360,000 grant from the US Department of Energy for research aimed at discovering the origin of mass. (2006-02-21)
Scientists complete the top quark puzzle
Researchers on the two main Tevatron experiments, CDF and DZero, have discovered the final predicted way of producing top quarks. (2014-02-24)
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